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What computer to choose?

Discussion in 'Off Topic Chat' started by tobiasnorbo, Jan 12, 2015.

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  1. 6132015

    6132015 New Member

    Get a dell inspiron computer. Great specs, Low price
  2. tiffanybtht

    tiffanybtht New Member

    Customize your own. You can get the parts from amazon with good prices. A core i7 cpu and a good gpu will be the most important parts. You can also boost your pc faster by using ssd instead of hdd. Here are my recommend specs:
    Cpu: core i7
    Motherboard: maximus hero vi
    Gpu: geforce 760
    Ram: 16gb ( at least 8gb)
    Ssd: samsung evo 250gb
  3. Grunkles

    Grunkles New Member

    I'd say build your own. Get at least a core i7 and probably a GTX 980 or two 970s.
  4. Marto_39

    Marto_39 New Member

  5. playnasc

    playnasc Active Member

    I sure hope you are joking when you say that...
  6. Build your own brotha, if you need help just ask.. what type of games you playing or programs you running?
  7. _ramsey_

    _ramsey_ Active Member

    Seconded. The nice thing about that site is it warns you of potential incompatibilities you wouldn't have even known/considered.
  8. OmegaRadium

    OmegaRadium Member

    Nope, my M11xr2 has been with me for about 4~5 years and still going strong despite being banged around on airplanes/airports for the last 2 years.
    My Alienware 17 (my home laptop) I got last year is built like a tank with it's aluminum frame.
  9. KeilMan

    KeilMan New Member

    custom building your own :) you'll never look back once u tried
  10. oksfinest

    oksfinest New Member

    always build your own. check toms hardware for suggestions and insight on good products. Check blogs from known technophiles (i.e Tek Syndicate, etc) for suggested builds. Its always better to go Build Your Own, over custom built sites, or even buy in store.
  11. oksfinest

    oksfinest New Member

    you can go to PCPARTPICKER to do a build and itll allow you to mix a match part that work with each other, saving you the hassle of haviing to read all the spec and requirements for parts to match
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